Author Brian Slade
Listening objectively without judgment and arbitrary tinkering creates a perspective that breeds fertile creativity, writes Brian Slade.
It’s readily accepted that content is king. However when it comes to the question of what typeface that content should be in, the debate between client and designer can often be surprisingly subjective, writes Brian Slade.
What might at first seem like a familiar creative challenge often requires a different solution to the one used before, writes Brian Slade. And that is certainly the case for city identities.
When you’re talking to customers, community groups, suppliers and shareholders the length and breadth of the country, and an internal audience the size of a small town, the best advice your design company can give you is create a line of sight into your visual identity, writes Brian Slade.
Brand identities need to evolve to keep up with changing organisations, audiences and markets, writes Brian Slade. And Ports of Auckland did exactly that.